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It’s always nice when a fine-dining establishment is more intimate than intimidating, as is the case with The Tree Room at Utah’s Sundance Resort. This mountainside restaurant is refreshingly rustic yet has an air of elegance that permeates with leather chairs, wood-beamed walls and ceilings, and an impressive display of Native American art from resort owner Robert Redford’s personal collection. Oversized windows offer a beautiful view of the property’s postcard-worthy pine-studded setting, which is especially magical when leaves or snow is falling. 

Food is considered an art form at Sundance, and The Tree Room’s seasonal menu offerings are thoughtfully prepared and beautifully plated. The focus here is on Rocky Mountain cuisine, with locally sourced ingredients such as buffalo and steelhead trout being highlights of the kitchen. And The Tree Room entrées prove to be more than feasts for the eyes; the generous portions are satisfying after a day spent skiing or hiking on the mountain. A dessert menu and list of wines, including selections from vintners in Sundance’s Celebrating Wine as Art program, make The Tree Room a fine-dining favorite among visitors and locals, too.

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